hi John and others on the thread,
Apologies for the late reply here but better late than never. The entire .NET agent team, as you might have been able to guess from the release notes:
have been 100% heads down on updates to the agent to support asynchronous code paths in .NET applications. We’ve only recently been able to see the light at the end of the tunnel and at this point we’re relatively confident in a plan that gets us full support for Async and parity with the existing agent in a couple months, with releases every 2 weeks getting us closer toward that goal.
Given that clarity, we’re now exploring what the first non-async sets of work are that we want to attack and ASP.NET 5 is one of the, if not the top thing on the list. I can’t promise a date at this point but at a minimum it won’t arrive this quarter but we’ll be working to see if there’s something that we can deliver incrementally next quarter.
Apologies I can’t give anything more definitive than that, happy to chat on the phone if you’d like more detail and / or would like to chat more about what specifically you’re looking for out of ASP.NET with the New Relic agent.